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AT&T announces availability of mini-laptops, starting at $49.99

AT&T announces availability of mini-laptops, starting at $49.99

AT&T announced today that they’re releasing multiple mini-laptops with built in 3G capabilities. AT&T is subsidizing the cost of the laptops, bringing the initial cost down to as low as $49.99 with the purchase of the AT&T at home and on the go mobile broadband services. With the service, customers will also be able to access AT&T Wi-Fi hotspots around the country. Those broadband plans start at $59.99 a month.

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Dell Adamo 9 + VIA Surfboard C855 = Best 1080p netbook ever?

Dell Adamo 9 + VIA Surfboard C855 = Best 1080p netbook ever?

Dell had already confirmed that the 13.4-inch Adamo ultraportable was merely the start of a new high-end series of luxury computers, but signs of what's likely to be the next model - the Dell Adamo 9 - have already been spotted.  As we said at the time, the main question is whether Dell make what's presumably a 9-inch ultraportable into another Atom-based netbook, picks a more mainstream processor as you might find in the Sony VAIO TT, or takes another route.  Coincidentally, VIA announced their 1080p-capable Surfboard C855 reference design today, something that could well supply Dell's "another route".

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Dell Adamo vs MacBook Air

Dell Adamo vs MacBook Air

Buyers will have to wait until March 26th to see their Dell Adamo, but CNET have managed to score Dell's latest ultraportable early and, knowing what most of us are interested in seeing, have set up a shoot between it and the Apple MacBook Air.  Both are competitors for the "thinnest laptop in the world" title; on paper the Adamo clinches it, at 0.65-inches, but in the metal the non-tapered chassis looks chunkier than the curved Air.

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Dell Adamo official: $1,999 on March 26th

Dell Adamo official: $1,999 on March 26th

Dell have officially launched their Dell Adamo luxury ultraportable, happily bringing to an end the months of teaser campaigns and posturing videos.  Dell plan a whole range of Adamo products, which makes the specs of this first notebook a little easier to swallow: the MacBook Air rival has an Intel Core 2 Duo 1.2GHz U9300 processor with 2GB of DDR3 memory, a 128GB SSD and integrated Intel X4500 graphics, in a cleverly designed casing that, altogether, weighs four pounds.

 

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Dell Inspiron Mini 10 reviewed: Flawed potential

Dell Inspiron Mini 10 reviewed: Flawed potential

Dell's Inspiron Mini 10 netbook looks at first glance to bring the best of the Mini 9 and Mini 12 together in one package.  Similar in scale to the former, so portable, though with a bigger keyboard than the latter, it's certainly a good looking netbook that promises high usability.  LaptopMag tested it out and found that while some of Dell's decisions made sense, others look better on paper.

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Dell Wasabi PZ310 is pocket-sized Inkless Photo Printer

Dell Wasabi PZ310 is pocket-sized Inkless Photo Printer

Wasabi printer? Dell’s marketing has came out with a product with name that makes absolutely no sense, we can only guess it’s catchy. Dell’s Wasabi PZ310 has nothing to do the Japanese culinary plant or even color likes one. It’s an ultra mobile pocketed sized printer, weights in a mere 7 ounces, and designed specially for on-the-go photo printing and sharing.

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Dell Inspiron Mini 12 facing axe?

Dell Inspiron Mini 12 facing axe?

Dell has suspended shipments of the Inspiron Mini 12 netbook, at least that's the latest rumor from DigiTimes.  According to their sources, the 12.1-inch budget ultraportable - which uses Intel's Atom Z530 processor - could be discontinued, leaving Samsung the only vendor with a 12-inch netbook. 

Dell Inspiron Mini 10 details rumored: two display & CPU options?

Dell Inspiron Mini 10 details rumored: two display & CPU options?

Fresh information about the upcoming Dell Inspiron Mini 10 netbook has leaked, courtesy of what appears to be an official slide from within the company.  If it's to be believed, we now know that there will two processor and two display options to choose from: a 1.3GHz or 1.6GHz Intel Atom Silverthorne CPU, and a 10.1-inch WSVGA 1024 x 576 or 720p-friendly 1366 x 768 panel.

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